Everyone thinking a better camera makes them better photographers...

Started Oct 5, 2008 | Discussions thread
mikiev Senior Member • Posts: 1,092
Re: Simple point

sherwoodpete wrote:

But she said:

"I always hear people saying 'If only I had a certain piece of
equipment, then I could really do something.' I think that low-tech
stuff is absolutely wonderful".


"They subsequently updated that piece of equipment to the Harmonizer
949 that edited out the glitch that I really liked. So I'm stuck with
using antique electronics because this work was literally composed
with that machine".

Certainly not an endorsement of better equipment.

Not an endorsement of "better" [read "newer"] equipment, but her statements seem a little contradictory... i.e. I shouldn't need "a certain piece of equipment" so I can "really do something", and yet she needs "a certain piece of equipment" to make use of its glitch...

I'd be surprised if someone further down hasn't linked to Ken Rockwell's site, and his essay on "Your camera doesn't matter". Of course, Ken might not be so (in)famous outside of the Nikon forums.


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